Author Archives: Tim Keller
To furnish our hearts with more assurance of God’s love is the ultimate purpose of the Institutes.
Catechism teaches a lost art—the art of meditation and slow reflection.
New catechisms are always needed to present doctrine in ways that equip people to address the idols and answer the errors of the age.
Our people desperately need richer, more comprehensive instruction. Returning to catechesis—now—is one important way to give it.
A gospel city movement is organic and self-propagating, the result of a set of forces that interact, support, sustain, and stimulate one another.
A gospel-shaped apologetic starts not with telling people what to believe, but by showing them their real problem.
A gospel-shaped apologetic must not simply present Christianity, but it must also challenge the non-believer’s worldview and show where it, and they, have a real problem.
It would be deeply inconsistent with the teaching of the Bible as a whole if we were to continue to follow the ceremonial laws.
Each of Ross Douthat’s positive proposals for Christian recovery takes aim at one or two of the factors that have led to the decline.
Theological modernists and liberals are often blamed for the decline. But it can’t be as simple as that.